Flippy Screens are awesome.

A few days ago, I saw some reactions to a Fuji Camera Announcement. There were quite a few people complaining about articulated Screens on Cameras. And I absolutely love those things. Ever since I got my Canon M5, I absolutely love the flip down Screen it comes with. But I also think that a fully… Continue reading Flippy Screens are awesome.

And then there was Snow.

Today after Work I had to pick something up at University in Clausthal. On the way there, I discovered that there was a beautiful layer of white, almost pristine Snow. And so I did what I had to do and stopped by the Road to take some Pictures. The Snow just looked to pretty to… Continue reading And then there was Snow.

When I worked in the Park.

I have written about my time in Canada before, but I really have no better Idea than doing a TSBTP. This time, it is about that Time I worked in the Park. Back in 2014, I was WWOOFing near Kitchener in southern Ontario. But I wanted to get a real job to make some money… Continue reading When I worked in the Park.

Trying some Product Photography.

Today, I had to take an early morning Physics Exam. After that, I wanted to get out and do some Photography in the Nature. But it was cold and wet and I really did not like it outdoors. So, after spending a little time at my Formula Student Teams Workshop and having some food, I… Continue reading Trying some Product Photography.

Snow & the Teich.

Today, just before my Economics Exam, I just had to step out for a few minutes. I decided to go down to the Hasenbacher Teich near Buntenbock. I chose that Place mostly because there was some snow. And I thought it would make some nice Pictures, which it did. But because the Snow was quite… Continue reading Snow & the Teich.

The Cliffs of Osterode.

Just to the South of Osterode lie some white Cliffs. They are actually quite beautiful to look at. Those Cliffs are an outcrop of Anhydride and Gypsum, both of which are also mined in the Area. An Excavator on the Cliffs. Back in the Day, the Gypsum Mines were way more economically significant than they… Continue reading The Cliffs of Osterode.

The oldest Talsperre in the Harz

Just east of Osterode, sitting in a Harz Valley, sits the Sösetalsperre. I never really thought much of it, as it was always there. Today, after taking a Chemistry Exam, I decided to find out a little more about the local Talsperre. The Dam of the Sösetalsperre is largely made of Earth and Gravel. It… Continue reading The oldest Talsperre in the Harz

Always backup your SD Cards.

Yesterday evening, when I tried to remove my trusty 128GB SD Card from my Laptops Card Reader, it refused to let go. After a while of carefully trying to get the Card out of the Reader, it actually came out. Only that a large plastic strip came off from under the contact pads. The broken… Continue reading Always backup your SD Cards.

A Field Trip underground.

Today, I was able to go on a Field Trip to the old Rammelsberg Mine in Goslar. And we were actually able to Mine Shaft that is usually not open to the general public. In the Rammelsberg Mine, they used to extract mainly Lead, Copper and Zinc from the Rock until it was closed in… Continue reading A Field Trip underground.

And there was Snow.

I am still going to University. And it is Exam Time again. And because there was quite the Storm yesterday, I was actually quite lucky to get there in the first place. It was still very windy. It also rained for a while. And while I was sitting there taking my Exam, it suddenly started… Continue reading And there was Snow.